Oozing quality and class, this provides everyone who doesn’t drink with a truly uncompromising experience” – Drinks With Dan, drinks reviewer
Imagine a refreshing, sparkling Sauvignon Blanc… but without the hangover.
Dry Dragon is light and citrusy with notes of sweet lemons and grapefruit, but with a delicate leafy undertone. Dry and fresh, it is a perfect light summer spritz to be drunk at any time of day.
Pair in place of a dry white wine: shellfish, particularly oysters, green vegetables such as broccoli or asparagus, green salads and fruit.
Absolutely love this booch, impeccably well balanced with bright acidity, soft roasty tannins coming from the tea. flavours of lime peel, fresh grapefruit, and a round yeasty profile teasing out a maltiness on the finish
Dragonwell green tea, sugar, kombucha culture.
Brewed from Dragonwell, a pan-roasted green tea from the area around Longjing Village, Zhejiang Province in China. Fresh leaves are wiped around a piping hot wok to stop the natural oxidation process early. Unlike Japanese green teas, steamed to give a distinct grassy flavour, Dragonwell reveals more complex nutty and straw-like flavours.
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